This just in....
Haba Na Haba thanks Florida A&M University students in the School of Journalism and Graphic Communication in Professor Kay Wilder's Graphic Design class for their wonderful marketing campaign designs. They are top notch! We are honored to have had the privilege of working with one of the top schools in the country. Watch soon for the designs to appear online and in publications. Many thanks to everyone who participated:
Dr. James E. Hawkins, Dean; Dr. Cynthia Hughes Harris; Dr. Bettye Grable; Prof. Gina Kinchlow; Prof. Kay Wilder; Ernest Jones; Diane Hall, Dr. Christopher Davis; Jamell Watson; Craig Tucker; graphic student team leaders David Eustace, Nakia Daniels, Clea Hathcock, Anthony Bell, Lawrence Bryant, Alquavia Brown, Darin Holloway-Boyd, Danielle Smoot, Taj Jenkins, and all their team members.
We give thanks....
Haba Na Haba appreciates all the help and support we have received from our family, friends, colleagues, organizations and schools.
The Tanzanian Economic Development Initiative (TEDI) of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who provided wonderful resources and contacts in Tanzania and great enthusiasm about our project. It was through TEDI that we met our wonderful partner, Flotea Massawe and Marvelous Batik.
Marilynne Rudick, of e-Write, for her expert writing skills utilized in writing our Haba Na Haba website.
The General Business 600 class at the University of Wisconsin -- Madison for doing two helpful research projects: Wages and Benefits, designed to determine fair wage and benefit standards, and Export Strategy, a report on exportation and importation of goods from Tanzania to the U.S. as well as logistics strategy. Members of the class included Eva Denny, My Linh Do, Anne Drehfal, Mike He, Samuel Jack, Norene Mostkoff, Stephanie Ricketts, Rebecca Thorman, and Felix Wolfinger.
Barbara Wade for gathering school supplies and creating school kits for kindergartners in Dar es Salaam.